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Movie Review: ‘Nebraska’ The Dying Frontier

Movie Review: ‘Nebraska’ The Dying Frontier

Alexander Payne’s latest film — following 2011’s excellent The Descendents — is a meditation on family, the past, and impending death. Payne’s decision to film in black and white, yet still focus on the gorgeous dilapidated midwest landscape, strips the film down to the bones…

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Movie Review: Young Love and Alcohol Don’t Mix in ‘The Spectacular Now’

Movie Review: Young Love and Alcohol Don’t Mix in ‘The Spectacular Now’

Director James Ponsoldt seems to have a running theme throughout all three of his feature films — alcohol. His first, Off the Black, featured an alcoholic high school baseball ump, his second, Smashed, was about the unraveling of a marriage when one decides to get…

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